Dear All,
It was Road Accident Near Hoskote, Bangalore where private Bus and Ksrtc Bus met with an Accident and more than 15 Passengers were died including 4 of our Employees, There was presence of Labour Minister, Labour Commissioner, Deputy Labour Commissioner and Labour Inspector at the hospital when the postmodern bodies were given
I am back with a big issue revolving....It's an Emergency kindly help me out in getting the maximum benefit for Employees who died in an accident who belongs to contract in our company as a principal employer we arranged funeral expenses and Ambulance Expenses apart from that we need them to compensate all these employees cover under ESI kindly suggest

From India, Bangalore
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From India, Mumbai
Dear mr. Ram kishore its a sad news but if u want to know abt the full benefits then plz call me on my cell number i will help u as much my knowledge. Thanks pawan bhatia 09812585353
From India, Bahadurgarh
Hi Ram, The news is shock, express my deep condolence. Please call me, I can surely guide you on this. Kalyan Roy 09008444824
From India, Pune
You can call me on 09961266966 as all details cannot be posted with the given data. Varghese Mathew
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Hello Everyone,
While joining others to condole the incident, it's also nice to see offers of Direct help from the members.
I guess that's what makes CiteHR DIFFERENT.
@ Ramkishore--I am sure you will get the right & accurate advice from the members.
All the Best.

From India, Hyderabad

First of all, You need to be cleared of few issues,

1) As you have mentioned this is a road accident between the two vehicles, as to be noted they are "maintained by the governmental authority"

2) Those "four People" were working in your company, hence "for you" they are employees

3) They were not under the employment when the accident took place, if you may know what I intend here, "during the employment".... If they were considered to be under employment, there is nothing to discuss as that will be followed accordingly with the employment laws....

4) it is a public incident took place which has affected the public unfortunately including your employees,

5) when it is the public incident, it is obviously goes to the responsibility of the governmental authorities...

6) And,. I shall say that the law has no partiality and no emotions, hence even your employees will be treated equally with other public or individual victims...

Hence, what ever the compensation the authority fixes or may be the judiciary if considered, the four employees also would be getting the same compensation or damages and no partiality may be observed...

7) coming to the compensation through the employer/the company, the employment laws are clear on those aspects......

If you feel the employer owes/or may feel for, more liability, and willing to pay the victims more than that of fixed under related laws, rule of the law is that, they are absolutely encouraged under law, as per the law, no less can be paid but any more than fixed under laws is not curtailed if paid voluntarily.... (for eg,: if it is fixed Rs. 50/- you can not pay less than that but if you pay Rs. 60 laws has no objections, you can pay any amount more than 50/-)

For the purpose of justice the case will already be recorded and the investigation would already have been being taking place..... And you may put up an application on behalf of all the victims for more compensation or damages, and this is the only good step any could take as per law...... for which you may proceed even to the courts of law taking up the matter.......

Hence, I believe, the above explanation would help you to the reasonable extent..... if you have any further issues you are always encouraged and we may discuss them.......

From India, Bangalore
BSSV has raised the right questions for you to analyse your situation right now, more importantly now you should be worrying about the criminal cases that may be filed by the Labour department against your MD, directors etc, under various provisions that provide such action. Do not waste your time thinking how can that be possible. What you need to do is watch out for police trying to act on these complaints against your higher officials. You need to get in touch with a labour lawyer who can handle such situation. This may not look appropriate to say in normal times but at the give emergency I need to inform you that we / our team have handled such situations all these years, given your situation it needs pre-emptive action from your side. We are available for your help, please do communicate in case of further action.

From India, Chennai
at the time of accident they were on duty means they are coming to factory or doing any work of factory? if yes then they need to follow as per our employment act
but if they were not on duty then company cannot do anything just they can give the sum of amount as goodwill to employees
for more details contact

From India, Hyderabad
We pray that his Soul may rest in peace and may GOD give more strength to their familys in this hard time. Realy good suggestions from members !
From India, Mumbai

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